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Interview: Brydie Mack

We spoke to #faithfullgirl and film photographer, Brydie Mack also known as @wolfcubwolfcub about her path to becoming a professional photographer, where she draws inspiration from and the best piece of advice she has been given. 

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“Tell us a little about yourself”

I'm a Sydney-based photographer / cat Mum with a love for nostalgia, vintage cameras & a muse in the Sun.

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“Where did you grow up and what do you love most about your home in Sydney?”

I grew up in Adelaide, which was a real bubble - especially when it came to the Fashion industry. So I moved to Sydney when I was 19 & instantly fell in love with the unspoiled beaches, the humid Summers & the fact that supermarkets stayed open passed 5pm.

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“How did you get into photography and how many years have you been in the industry for?”

I started out as a Stylist. I studied a Bachelor of Design at uni & we had SO many assignments that required a photographer, with myself on the styling tools. I struggled to find a photographer who was both, aligned with my aesthetic & within my broke-uni-student budget. So I saved up to buy a Canon 7D & the love affair began.

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“If you weren’t a photographer, what career path would you have taken? ”

An actress. I was tossing up between NIDA & Whitehouse as my university of choice. Who knows what my life would look like if I'd gone the NIDA route!

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“What is the best advice you have received starting out, which you can pass on to aspiring photographers and creatives?”

I read a quote by Ira Glass which helped me through some of my most insecure times as an artist. It's a long one but it's worth it:

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“What is your most loved travel destination and why?”

Santorini, because I felt like I was in Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants.

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“Where do you see yourself in 10 years?”

3 dogs, 2 cats & a big home in Byron. Still learning, still travelling & fluent in French. 

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“Where/who do you draw inspiration from?”

Photographers from eras past, nature, animals, moments where beauty & freedom meet.

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“You recently photographed our latest collection, Mémoire. What was your favourite style from this shoot? ”

I loved the Palma Mini Dress look in Carrie Floral. 

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Words & Photography :

@wolfcubwolfcub